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NEW YORK — Michael R. Bloomberg isn't known here as the Jewish mayor.
Word that Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign may consider accepting public financing for the Republican primary is a signal something has gone seriously awry with the campaign and would represent a severe handicap to his party's chances in the general election if Mr. McCain becomes the nominee.
Presidential hopeful Rudolph W. Giuliani will top the Republican field by reporting the best fundraising in the second quarter, with an expected $15 million in primary funds collected from donors in the past three months, the former New York mayor's campaign said yesterday.
The 2008 presidential race is a contest in political contradictions. The Democratic front-runner, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, has the highest unfavorable ratings in the field, with scores in the high 40s. Rudolph W. Giuliani, who rose to prominence in New York, a bastion of liberalism, is the leading Republican candidate in a party marked by its dyed-in-the-wool conservatism.
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